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Modern Artist Daryabeigi’s Paintings at Niavaran Palace

Daryabeigi, whose paintings include abstract and infinite landscapes, was part of an innovative generation of modern art movement in Iran during the 1950’s and 60’s
Modern Artist Daryabeigi’s Paintings at Niavaran PalaceModern Artist Daryabeigi’s Paintings at Niavaran Palace

Niavaran Palace Complex is showing rare paintings by the celebrated contemporary artist Abdolreza Daryabeigi at its Jahan Nama Museum until mid June.
Five oil paintings by the modernist painter, which have been preserved among the palace’s rare and exquisite items, are on display, ISNA reported on its Persian website.
Daryabeigi is well known in Iran’s conceptual art community. His paintings, largely about abstract and infinite landscapes, are in pale colors. His artworks were recently put up for sale at an auction in Tehran.
He was part of an innovative generation of modern art movement in Iran during the 1950’s and 1960’s, which was pioneered by painter Marcos Grigorian  and carried forward by master artists including calligrapher and painter Hossein Zenderoudi, neo-traditional sculptor Parviz Tanavoli and avant-garde painter Zhazeh Tabatabai. 

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Greetings Financial Tribune, I would like to thank you for writing an article about Abdolreza Daryabeigi on Saturday, May 26, 2018 in your Art and Culture section. It is highly appreciated that you have taken notice of Mr. Abdolreza Daryabeigi’s art and shared it with your audience. I need to inform you that the picture of the painting for Mr. Abdolreza Daryabeigi you are using in the article is not from the Niavaran Palace Jahan Nama Museum exhibition, but from a different exhibition at Cama Gallery. I believe that the article should have an image of a painting from the actual Niavaran Palace Jahan Nama Museum exhibition so it is not to be confused with paintings from the Cama Gallery exhibition. Regards, Marsha Daryabeigi

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